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JBCBSDAY, JAN. 28,1909."
HAKE RECORD Report For the Year of Society to be In the There Were Over 1908 8hoW8 prosperous Con- Very dltlon. MEMBERSHIP IS 960,299 Five Thousand Deaths In the Order Dur- ing the Year Just Passed. The records and accounts of the Modern Woodmen society, maintained under the supervision of Head Clerk C. W. Hawes, have been closed for the jl»r 1908. and the annual statement, covering all of the business of the so is now in .the hands of the print- I *rs. The head clerk issued a sum-11 mary of the annual business which j' indicates that during the last year the society has exceeded all previous rears in net membership gains, in surance in force, and in a reduction In the lapse rate. Jan. 1, 1909, as shown by the head clerk's statement, the Boclet.y had 900,299 beneficial (Insured) members In good standing, carrying $1,545,313, 0)0 insurance—a net gain during the roar of 80,235 members and $114,-1 625,000 in insurance. The net gain in members in 1907 was 78,810. I During the year there were 410,398 benefit certificates Issued, 19,414 to charter members of new camps and 120,984 to applicants in old camps. The number of lapses during the year footed 46,354, as against 47,597 during the year 1907. "The lapse rate per 1,000 members in 1908 was 49.84, as I compared with a lapse rate of 56.11 per 1,000 members during the year 1907. There were 5,274 deaths during the year 1908, representing an insurance of }9,097,000. The average age of members dying was 43.57 years and the average duration of membership was eight years, six months, 25 days. The death rate was 5.C7 per 1,000 members and the loss rate was G.ll per $1,000 insurance. The average amount of each certi ficate in force at the close of the year Is shown to be $1,009.20, and the aver age of the surviving members 37.96 years. On Jan. 1. 1909, there were 13,012 local campg In good standing, 1,180 new camps having been chartered dur ing the year. The number of bene flclal applicants admitted on certifi cates issued during the year footed 132,249, representing insurance of 1181,902,500. That is to say but 9,118 benefit certificates were Issued which *ere not delivered to applicants, a remarkably favorable showing since the average life insurance company •hows policies not taken in the neigh borhood of about 40 per cent of the total issued. Illinois in Lead. The largest net gain in beneficial membership and insurance during the ,(1*a 5,074 7.405,000 Texas 4,443 J, 7,138,000 Kentucky 4,054 5,092,500 In new camps chartered during the year 190S, Texas heads the list with W. Tennessee is second with 128, and Kentucky third with 116. FUNERAL OF MRS. ANNIE WILSON Held at Trinity M. E. Church Wednes day Afternoon, Rev. Sinclaire Officiating. MONTROSE, Iowa, Jan. 28.—Funer al of the late Mrs. Annie Wilson oc curred from Trinity M. E. church Wed nesday afternoon, the Rev. Sinclaire conducted the services. Psalms 55:22 Cast thy burden upon the Lord and He shall sustain you." Annie has al ways been faithful to tho cause of Christ. Her sudden passing is sad, "id caused a gloom over the city. The iterment was made in the Montrose cemetery. Mr. Wilson being a sol ®r of the civil war, the. pallbearers were all veterans. Mrs, Annie Wilson, wife of Mr. H. Wilson, was born and raised In "Pper Canada came to Iowa October 'l«. 1882 was born May 3. 1857. She 11 t'le f^anShter a n(Ja 8ky. Iowa, since which time they THE TALK OF THE TOWN Ninety jer cent of human "ailments originate In the s4omach that i8 now proven beyond dispute. Restore tha stomach to health, and you have men tal and physical perfection. Avoid purgatives and so-called vitalizes— tioth are dangerous. YOU AM-OR-OU strengthens the stomach,, and by that means every organ in the body. AM-OR-OU is a nutrient tonic, makes new blood and sound flesh, cures and prevents all abnormal condl tions of mind and body, such as' Neurasthenia, Depression, Anaemia. Skin Affections, Uric Acid,Kidney Troubles, Indigestion, Influenza and many other ailments, all of which ara Impossible with a stomach in good con-! ditlon. A few days' treatment with. AM-OR-OU proves the truth of the. Stomach theorv Test it Cnarantperi harmless and effective. NEED writes—Sample of AM-OR-OU was fine did just what you claimed for It. and am enclosing $1.00 for another bottle. D. Beist.le, Liberty, Mo., writes—I believe AM-OR-OU is a good medicine and did everything that you claimed for It. Enclosed please find $1.00 for another bottle. Please rush. Geo. P. Howell Portersville, N. P., writes—Sample of AM-OR-OU was the 'best medicine I have found for its pur-, pose, and it did the work. a telephone pole, but luckily for Miss strengthens the nervous system, and' organ Has Been Renewed and the Sun by its direct action on the stomach A generous free sample of Bishop's AM-OR-OU In tablet form will be sent, postage prepaid, to anyone writing to the manufacturers. Penn Drug Co., Phila, Pa. 1 & Were 5,274 Deaths." For sale by Wilkinson & Co., J. F. Kiedalsch & Son. and have been living in Montrose. She is enjoying the best of health. Miss Bessie Rempv has had a seise of tonsolitis. Mrs. Elizabeth Myers was inter viewed by the reporter Tuesday, and found to be gradually regaining her health to the delight of friends. city Wednesday. 1 -rJS mo mf i-nK tn say of the 11 year old sa-.i of John Cassidy. A bar of iron rolled down from the heap of iron young man's leg. Rufus Junkins of Charleston the guest of his brother James. year 1908 was made by the following! Mrs. Charity Crawford and daugi-.^g arrangement of class Hates:®* .» ters, Misses Hannah and Lysle, expec ,« J. Members. Insurance to visit with their relatives at Kansas above the main on the second floor, niinolr 10,804 $15,792,500 Missouri 5.622 *4 7,829,000 which will be on exhibition and sale for the benefit of the church. Samuel Wahrer has been sojourn Rivprtnn Iowa 1 Tn„i. iVMattv and wife rejoice tha •mor,al WATER-WAY BILL IS INTRODUCED Twenty Frank of Charles and Ely, who died some years ago Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson were carried November 10, 1886, at San- Schmitt, ITHIln of which Schmitt is chairman. Better Stir up Your Liver a Little! Not top much, just a little, just enough to start the bile nicely. Une of Ayer's Pills at bedtime is all you heed. These pills act fleetly on the liver. Made for the treatment of constipation, !tesness'dyspepsia,sick-headache. Ask your doctor if he knows jjoetter p»l for a sluggish liver. Then follow his advice. BAPTISTS WILL I DEDICATE FEB 14 the Congregation Will Dedicate on Second Sunday in February. BEAUTIFUL s» Jf* ill UvLUjVJ Ulvli unil uv.uutnui survived by her husband and on? sister, Mrs. Sarah Reynolds of Do*- Syberkrop, having been the decorator agiac, Michigan an uncle, James !of 301 churches, including the Baptist Fowler, Mrs. Lem Andrews, and Wil- jhave llam Haney, all of Sandusky. Wesley Lambert has a badly ds molished buggy at the shops for re pairs, owing to his horse driven bv Miss Lulu Allen frightened by tho 'caves hauled and a new casing and two sets instrument, making it almost all new. gk WkM ^^1 I on the Seventh street side of the north bound passenger Tuesday after ceiling including the large one in intends filing a'gainst certain newspa noon. The buggv was lodged against which the organ Is placed. The color scheme of the entire interior of the s®nenle 01 inc. en"/e Lulu, she was unhurt. I church Including the chapel and Sun- Mr., Bttta W.rd com„l.l„ ol not, St™Z We are glad to report chQir Joft Qf ]ight quarter Sftwed oak Tlle The Fort Madison Democrat has to r. .. fracturing the was The village blacksmith is kept busy from early morning till late at night. water morning. Elizabeth Cochrane and Charles Ed- ,®r?n 1 2:80 1, Large Church is Almost Completed and WINDOWS I day School Rcoms Are Almost Completed—Frescoing Finished. iK* This was the The Baptists will dedicate their fine anese consul general at San Francisco new church, Sunday February 14. be recalled by his government on he Jas. F. Sanders of that church this to influence the action of the Cahfor- morning, who stated that by that date nia legislature j' all work 011 the large church would The alleged offense^ of 1^ CiCiL^ be completed and ready for occupancy was that he had called From thousands of unsolicited testl- |hy the congregation. Ttry-wb- nf hnHrVrtr hfl« PTIIIf* almiST I eUUCLIUCllt *Ji anu«'«iiu»ivuv. mony, kindly read the following ex- I The work o?buil^ig has gone along tracts taken at random: smoothly from the start and on the cpnate com T. A. McKune, Union Mills, N. C„ second Sunday of next month, the con- to Senator Lo se gregation, which has been using the 1 mittee on foreign relations, congress 'would not take cognizance of a reso State Senator Anthony Jewish synagogue, through the cour tesy of the church board of directors, lution which will occupy their own beautiful church. Introduced in the California leglsla- The windows of the church are all ture today. organ and the placing of the pews after organ which was sent back to the was temporarily put aside by the legis factory at Muscatine when the old I lature *sterday as a result of an church was rr.zed, has been over-1 agreement between President Roose- The organ and choir loft are di- In the rear of the baptistry is a beau-1 The frescoingi Which I- the finest work of the artist, Louis! just flnished- interior or I Ing out beautifully. iir The wood work is of oak and the lighting system is one of the best of any of the city's public buildings, (electric chandeliers being suspended from each of the concaves and a large It. central chandelier with many incan descent light illuminating the entire auditorium. The church is heated by three fur naces, two being steam ..lid the other The large kitchen is di rectly above the furnace rooms and is a large and fine one. A long hall runs through from th(? rooms City this week. Ladies Aid Society of the M. E church are quilting their name qiillt I bea.utiful electric and gas chandeliers. at the residence of Mrs. John Biown, argc ra[is run rear of the church en^ers eac]] 0f the class rooms to for the individual classes is I there being about twelve large indi vldual rooms all finely lighted with around the entire front rooms 011 the second floor. The windows of the church are many beautJflll. The tte ,oIlowIng in«- morial and those presented by mem ..hers are the following: and thoRe |,re8ented by Westminster circle served luncn^ a! [gar Cochrarie, large window fronting All-time A -& ar 11 p. the home of Mrs. John Keith Wedn^S- f'bn'Blondb" J. T. Griffey, Francis W. :saifl: day afternoon. Griffey. M. F. King. Margaret J. King. 1 Million Dollar Ship Canal Wanted From Lockport to Utica, III. SPRINGFIELD, Jan. 28.—TOe ad- 1 referred to the water-way committee are now selling tor "Yon —Seats Yonson." -Hear the four orchestra to- night, and every night, at Dodge the ater. New pictures tonight. Mrs. Mallssa and Grace Johnson Town send memorial Lydia A. Pond, admit se fan jec. ciar y. the middle lock attended the fu ie•1 Eckstein N. Huiskamp, Linquist me-j of the late Mrs. Harry Wilson, in this morial Emily J. Wright. Burk me-1 °f morial Edith. Atwilda aud John De- Young, Jas. A. Hirst, T. F. Rickards, Mrs. Huston's boys, large side window fronting 011 Eighth stree't, Helen Mer rlam memorial James memorial, Mrs. Sarah V. Jones, Ella Duncan, Rev. James F. Sanders. TWO CHILDREN WERE MARRIED from Lockport to Utica, Illinois, was] Aft I Passed Away This Afternoon at 2:30 introduced la the senate today by W.fe thi. Afternoon, of Chicago. It was ... This City, 'Pli In if(Ot*1iAAn nf This afternoon in the office of, County Clerk Ed. S. Lofton, occurred the wedding of a couple of children, I Justice James S. Burrows performing the ceremony. The groom was J. L. Snyder, aged yea).s Qf Cooper8town The Daily Gate City a notary public and therefore not be ing genuine according to the marriage laws. He helped the couple out however all he could by putting in a telephone call for Mr. Snyder and in the mean time the wedding party waited aroual the court house. wllllnK o'clock Mr. Snyder "was s« I cured at the other end of the 'In*. and tho c]erk had him confl,.m wJl0 mentioned lne eJ1 and ottjers .,ie written consent. He then issued iha 'license and the wedding was due to begin: I Justice Burrows was sent for n.d the wedding whs performed, the ynuiip people leaving the building in a happy frame of mind. OUST JAP CONSUL SAY GALIFORNIANS There Will Be No Anti-Jap Leglsla tiort for a Week—President Wires Governor. SACRAMENTO, Jan. 28.—Senator Marc Anthony introduced in the upper house today a joint resolution calling upon congress to request that the Jap- announcement of Rev. ground that the official had attempted death of William Garthoff. an old and k4H tti„ th® u',on Cl° Gillette and asked him to prevent the en*C*™n* According relationB The in and everything about the new edi- jthis government could accomplish the fice is completed with the exception recall of a foreign consul would be for of completing the installment of the j'the Resident tocancei hisexequatm-. the carpet has been laid. The "pipe question of t0 W" church and directly back of the pulpit, anti-Japanese biils, but a motion to put, a11 was done ftl 0ne cannot There ,are congress only manner in whic SACRAMENTO, Cal., Jan. 28.—The antl-Japanese_ velt and of new pipes have been added to the I leaders of both houses. Assemo yman flfty.two A- M- wltJ* legislation Governor Gillette and the jn Drew agreed after a conference the ,, roctly above the baptistry which is alien bill. Grove L. Johnson was no postpone action upon the Sus ected That Attorney Haney, also three cousins, Mrs. Bd. church which he and his assistants]. Against Newspapers, church, but was a member of no fra- he,P I but notice the Cross of Calvary which is one of the masterpieces of the fres 'coer's art and is painted in the center of the church in one of the large con- flve concaves in the djscussing the libei 1 measures over for a weelc pre- tiful memorial window presented by vailed with little opposition. Keokuk that Mr. Garthoff took a posl-' .several members of the church. jtion with the Rock Island railroad as 1 b?'prvRTNSnN Syberkrop & Sons of Creston, is BUM MET Robinson, Crom- jn connection with 1 |the panama canal matters. Robinso„ re","a 10 a"CU" ANSON WILL Docs Not Want Billy Sunday to Lec ture for Him and Give Him the Proceeds. C-apt. Adrian Constantinr Anson, who was manager and first baseman of the old Chicago White Stockings in the 'SOs when that team created as much terror in National league ranks as do the Cubs today, declined to be the recipient of a public benefit, The dignity of Anson's refusal is the mora weighty from the fact that "Anse" is "busted." according to his own statement made in the debtors' court recently. But the old timer I doesn't expect always to be in such an annoying predicament and he ad heres to the refusal made by him retired from the management of the west sid sido club. mem"!jwest "r 1 THE PASSING OF WILLIAM GARTHOFF Nine O'Clock at the Family Res idence in West Keokuk. CAME QUITE SUDDENLY Was Down Town Yesterday and Had Been Sick Very Little, But Knew That he Would Not For more than thirty years he was employed in the Rock Island shops of J' .".v..... days after resided in JEROME !for Conferred Withjva»ced ver the Libel Suits NEW YORK, Jan. 28—Douglas ... Robinson, brother-in-law of the Presi- wife, son illiam Garthoff Jr.. dent, was In conference with District anrt two grandchiMren, Helen and Ar Attornev Jerome today, supposedly I fJOT ACCEPT !^,„hcv,oo Wl. -1. 1 *amG 0 ,C(ock 111 and the bride was Susie Call, aged 15 years, of Huntsville. 111. 1 The young couple came to Keokuk this morning accompanied by the girl's mother Mrs. Emma Welty, and armed with the written consent of J. B. Snyder, guardian of the boy, for a license to be issued. But the clerk would not issue th" license 011 account of the Snyder con sent uot being acknowledged before Mrs" r„nl. An3nii Relieve I ready just yet while mj' course ea 1 an^ 1[. fa.ns ,car® the to rn hkely t0 be arranged MIgs BATTY be" tween my Anson's Colts and the Cub I recruits in April, that's a different matter, for th®y will get value re ceived. "I could use the money all right, [but I don't want any charity as long, a~ I am able to earn anything. Just 1 thank Mr. Sunday for me." DIED 1 a gt Hep Home EHa In H' .•••••V.-. v--. v. :?. (unuuc iuonuvwiwu»( His Death Occurred Thi3 Morning at1 demonstrations, examinations and di- 1 Live Very Long. At Ills home, 1624 Park street, this morning at 9 o'clock occurred the jsou well.known citizen made Keokuk his home for more than half a century. Death was the result of no single ail ment and was caused by old age. He was up and around yesterday and even went down town. During the last few weeks, however, he felt that he ould weeks, however, he felt that he could himself for the end. th!s city an(J wag mechf,nic we1J lllluvvn as JNO retlred about flfteen years ag0 aud hag known for Ms abmty in tMs ]lnp He bough(. Qn tenua livefl a qu5et Ufe ever since. A" ParSonS- Came Here in Early Life. William Garthoff was born I11 Ger many on February 28. spventy-ei^ht vcars ago and came to this country eariy manhood. marr|age to governor, to amend his an -. taking place in St. Louis, The coupie came On November 14, yeara ag0j ]le Was united in Miss Mary Grimm, the to Keokuk a few the wedding and here have wag Bj,ortjy after since. 215 acre farm for mechanic in the shops and remained CITY NEWS —Matinee prices for "Yon Youson," children 25, adults 50 cents. "There will he meeting thi, even front 50 feet of lots 6. —A petition has been filed in the District court by A. P. Brock vs. Win. A. Balbach, asking judgment for $!10 and interest on a note for that amount alleged to bo due and unpaid. —Ralph B. Smith and Casper Mohr feld examined the books of Justice ot the Peace .Tames Burrows today. They found that the 'squire had 50 cents due him 011 an unpaid foe. —The parents of Frank Glllespy, the over ten vears ago, when he declined ,, young man wno met his death yester-i a similar propondon at the time lie f, When shown a letter from Evan- u.,_ day afternoon while hunting ducks In the land made arrangements to take the body of their son to Des Moines for arrived isw Jing of the street, fire and water works price for short time. See J. C. Para-! council will meet on Monday evening. piece orchestra will be one of the leading features of the entertainment at Dodge's theater. Hear the music tonight. —Suit, has been filed in the District court by Alice M. Walker vs. Azubah little finger of his left hand in some machinery, crushing it quite badly. A Keokuk physician was called and it was found that amputation was neces sarv. A part of the finger was re- tising contest have awarded first prize 1 to Miss Mary Welsh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Welsh of this city, laud the second prize tp Miss Annette IG. Comfort of Carthage, 111. There iwere nearly 1.500 answers to the puz zle, and the winners may feel highly elated over their success. I occurred the death of Miss S. Batty. 1 She is survived by three nieces,! Nook of Fairfleld and iMisses H. Dell Anderson and Sallie of thjg c)t PERSONALS. will reside. —Read The Dally cents ner week. price paid eight months ago. Dr. F. Worthen and wife leave 011 Monday for Des Moines where they Emperor's aids treacherously Gate City. WANT COLUMN WANTED. WANTED—50.' men to lerrn barber trade and take positions watting our graduates. Few weeks completes, Constant practice furln&hed, scholar ship Include tools, Instrucaons, ploiuas. Write for catalogue. Moler Barber College, St. Louis. Mo. tL —Ed Johnson, a government em- at, her home, corner of Thirteenth and ploye at the middle lock, caught the Concert streets. She also entertained moved. The accident hapiened this ladies of Colfax lodge, Degree of Re morning at 9:00 o'clock. bekah. The affair was largely at —The judges in the Baldwin Adver- Tried to Kill Minister of Interior. PING YANG. Korea, Jan. 28.—While the imperial train with the Korean Emperor and high Japanese officials aboard was nearlng here one of the WANTED—Harness maker, one who CORN can cut for small factor The best May r. ... Moody July 22-Ct Sept, of \frages and a steady job. Saddlery Co., Searsboro, Iowa. WANTED—Girl from 15 to 18 years old. at 00: Palean street. It rOR RENT. FOR RENT—Dwelling with gaa, bath and barn. Also farm near Kyokuk Inquire 727 Morgan street. tf DWELLINGS FOR 200 Hank street, ing, 715 Morgan, a room cilf w:,ter' of Keokuk, who has ^_at over store, 209 Johu- s^'' a" 'n eompleto repair with P* aJul c.loscls- Apply to J. F. Daugherty & Co. FOR RENT—1107 Rank St., $17. Mod ern six room house. Dr. C. A. Jenkins. 26-28 TOR SALE, MISSOURI 1. ARMS for sale and trade. Call on or write H. L. Smith, Center, Mo. 31-30t FOR SALE—Three known as No. 27 his arrival in I Argyle, Iowa, the greater part of his :,fe in thls 1 city. He retired only when in ad- 'ears- He attended the German Evangelical Iternal order in the city. The surviving relatives are his be- nold. suits which Jerome story bull.11 is North Fourth Parsons 27-ot FARM FOR SALE OR RENT—182 acres, about 100 acres in cultivation, SO in fin*- timber. Thi is rich bottom land protected by government levee. Seo S. T. Worley, 21 Orleans street, Keokuk, "~wa. eod. FOR SALE—Buggy, good as new will sell right. Dr. Blan, Hamilton, 111. 26-28-30 sale. Box 500, FOR SALE—A first class piano as good as new for $100, in payments to suit also one for $25 suitable for children or beginners. Jdan S. Moore. 28-3t. FOR SALE—Four, full connected lots, with frontage on three streets. Noth ing better in Keokuk for manufactur ing site, having unexcelled shipping advantages. Extremely low price for few days only. See J. C. Paradics Realty Co. t. FOR SALE—Six acres, 4 room dwell ing, summer kitchen, barn, grainery, chicken house, pig pen, well and cis tern 75 fruit trees 3 miles from posi office on good road. Will make low committees of the city council. The dice Realty Co. 3t. 141c —Commencing this evening a four FOR SALE—Nice little home, located Singleton, et al, to quiet the title to the Fourth and Fifth wards. See J. C. Par- midway of Kilbourne park on Timea street. Price right. See J. C. Para dice Realty- Co. 3t. county land has advanced according to real estate men over $10 an acre tills .. vear. The Mitchell farm two miles Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tyron were At her home, No. 313 Soutli Sixth gast of Osceola sol last week at $112 pleasant surprised last evening by. street, this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, an acro ani arre at an FOR SALE—A number of very desir able viomp properties in First. Third in the city this noon cards Wednesday afternoon. S and 9 in block 1 ariice Realty Co. ut. ing and continued throughout the first 1 hour. The government bonds were 1111 (changed others were strong. A dancing party will be given next 1 Saturday evening at Hawkes' hal': the Mrs. George Reiner pleasantly enter- tained a number of friends yesterday Tuesday afternoon. tended and a most enjoyable time was had by all present. Dances for next week are, the Wood- I men of the World dance at Warsaw on Wednesday evening, Kennedy's dance in Hawkes' hall 011 Friday after noon, and the Baker's Union will give a dance 011 Saturday evening. The Keokuk club will give a private dance Clarke County Land Advances. in the near future, the date not yet OSCEOLA, la., .Tan. 28.—Clarke having been decided on. Dr. Landls sold his -120 about twenty-five of their friends who farni in Knox township this week gathered at the home, the occasion be- advance of $15 an acre over the jing Mr. Tyron's birthday. The even I ing was very enjoyably spent and re freshments were served, after which stabbed Sung, minister of interior. His con ditlon is not serious. A bomb was 10 also thrown at the train but 110 one was injured. the guests departed wishing many more happy birthdays to Mr. Tyron. Send Congratulations to Gomez. WASHINGTON, Jan. 28.—President Roosevelt and Secretary ar Wright sent messages of congratula tions to President Gomez of Cuba 011 his inauguration. Gov. Magoon left 011 the battleship Maine this evening, PAGE THREE TODAY'S MARKETS. Furnished by James E. Bennett and Co., Commission Merchants, Mem bers! Chicago 8oard of Trade. Branch office Qu r.cy. Illinois. Daily Range of Open. High. WHEAT— May 1071.4 •J"b" 07 Sept. 14'"V, Prices. lxw. Close. 1071A *7% 94% 107 97i,i 94M, 03 V» K'.K Go 1071* 97% 94 Va i|§| 03 03 C3Vi OATS— May July Sept. r, 2vg 63 03 r,2'i 40% 39 02 03 03 V4. 52 4(P/i 39 V* -10 39 'A PORK— Jan. RENT—Dwelling, 8 rooms dwell 10 -ms also LARD— 4C,% 39 \4 17. 00 May 10.95 17.20 10.92 17. 20 July 17.00 17.22 10.97 17. 22 Jan.- 9.50 n.on 9.47 9 00 May 9.07 9.77 9.05 9 77 July 9.77 9.87 y. 71 9 87 SHORT RIBS— Jan. S.72 8 ^0 S .72 8 SO May S.02 8.97 S.S2 8 .97 July 8.95 9.10 S.95 9 .10 Car Lots Today. Chicag 6 —Wheat, 22 graded No 2. 16 corn, 107 graded No. 2, 4 oats, 137 graded No. 2. 17. Minneapolis—Wheat., ISO last year, 140. Duluth—32 last year, 70. '. /S'V 'wr:2 Estimated Receipts for Tomorrow. Wheat, S corn, 150 oats, 134 hogs. 25,000. Liverpool closed—Whc-at, Vid high er corn, %d higher. Chicago Live Stock, CHICAGO. Jan. 28.—Cattle—7.000 steady beeves, $email@example.com stockers, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Hogs—29,000 5c lower light, $5.50 @6.15 heavy, $5.80@6»40 pigs, $4.60 @5.50. Sheep—34,000 10c lower natives, $email@example.com lambs, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Chicago Live Stock. .'• CHICAGO. Jan. 28—Hogs—Re ceipts, 30,000 estimated tomorrow, 25,000 closed 5c lower mixed, $6.05 @6.40 heavy, $email@example.com rough, $5.80 @6.00 light, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Cattle—Receipts, 6,500 market, steady. Sheep—Receipts, .15,000 market, 10c lower. Kansas City Live Stock. KANSAS CITV, Jan. 28.—Cattle— 4,000 steady steers, $email@example.com „, stockers, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Hogs—15,000 weak to 5c lower bulk, $email@example.com pigs. $firstname.lastname@example.org. Sheep—10,500 5c lower muttons, $email@example.com lambs. $firstname.lastname@example.org. New York Produce. NEW YORK, Jan. 28.—Dressed poul- tTy ,e(. chic'kens /2 Wabasli 13@24c fowls. 12 Butter steady creamery extra 29c state dairies tubs poor to fair, 2?c. Eggs, firm. Clieese. firm. Atchison Baltimore and Ohio in. R. I Canadian Pacific .. E. F. Erie Northeni affair being a private one. RCa(ijng St Paul Mrs. A. E. Gwin, 517 North Kiftli jg01lther.i Pacific street, entertained a small party at ^Tnitoci States Steel Pacific Roek JgUmd pi.RfGn.(lt1 preferred .... This afternoon at the home of Mrs. 1 Spaan on Concert street, a very en- I FAIRFIELD. Iowa, Jan. 28.—Tho joyable reception was given by the twelfth anuual At their home. 8^0 Exchange street, gtephenson faction forced an adjourn- ment. 21®: ,::v New York Stocks. NEW YORK, .Inn. 2S.—An advance was rP|,0vted shortly after the open- .100-ft .111 71%' .172%' is»i 30341 13S%' 63 Yi' .131 United States Steel preferred Union Pacific: .149% 1201^ 52 34' .114 \t. .178% 50% A FARMERS' INSTITUTE. Program of Unurual Interest at Fair I field Next Month. meeting of the-Jeffer son County Farmers' institute occurs in Fairfield Friday and Saturday, Feb ruary 12 and 13. The session will be held in Library hal". and are free to all and the program is of such merit that nQ 0J1C can aff0rd to miss it, and the indications are that tho institute will be one of the most successful ever held. Stephenson Short of Votes. MADISON, Wis., Jan. 2S.—Senator Stephenson again failed to have enough votes t.o elect in the joint bal lot today. After tho ballot the nntl- Renaud's Fine Engraving Artistic Work *'The Kind That Bears Inspection Renaud, Reliable Jeweler. J)